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Building Applications with Windows Workflow Foundation: Basics of Windows Workflow Foundation by Michael Stiefel

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Footnotes

Chapter 1

1 OASIS Reference Model for Service Oriented Architecture.

2 For example, Sharp, Alec and Patrick McDermott, Workflow modeling: tools for process improvement and application development, Artech House, c2001.

3 Hill, Yates, Jones and Kogan, “Beyond predictable workflows: Enhancing productivity in artful business processes”, IBM Systems Journal Vol. 45 #4, Oct-Dec 2006, pp 663-682.

Chapter 2

4 Imagine many threads waiting for input and being either blocked or busy waiting. This is not the way to build a scalable system.

Chapter 3

5 You are not restricted to programming language type control flows.

6 As will be explained later, the child activity is only scheduled for execution. It may or may not execute right away.

7 The runtime ...

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